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Linksys Antennas (WRT004ANT)


High-Gain Wireless Antennas offer an easy way to expand your wireless network's coverage. These antennas are equipped with our omni-directional broadcast technology, which amplifies the signal strength of your Wi-Fi devices to deliver more wireless range and performance across the horizontal plane. This makes them ideal for large, single-story households that need a strong Wi-Fi signal.

Linksys Antennas (WRT004ANT)


Featuring Dual-Band support, these High Gain Antennas can increase the signal to multiple devices connected to your network. Each of the High-Gain Antennas delivers up to 4dBi on the 2.4 GHz band and up to 7dBi on the 5 GHz band, offering up to 2X the antenna gain over stock antennas.*


Compatible with any wireless device that uses a RP-SMA connection, these premium antennas are easy to use and install. Simply detach your router or Wi-Fi device's stock antennas and screw our antennas into place--you'll immediately enjoy wider coverage throughout your home or office.

Technical Specs
  • Radio Frequency Bands:
    2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
  • Antenna Gain:
    peak gain up to 4dBi (2.4GHz) and up to 7dBi (5GHz)
  • Beamwidth:
    360° (horizontal), 30° (vertical)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH):
    288.56 x 26.84 x 9.99mm.
  • Connector:
Package Contents
  • 4 Linksys High-Gain Antennas, WRT004ANT
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great upgrade for all WRT AC routers My Asus 68U router is an awesome router. I have it in my office on the first floor of our house. The room is at the furthest NE point of our house. I have an RE6500 extender at the opposite side of the house. The extender used to get full strength sing along, most of the time, but the quality of the signal was at two bars, at best. After installing the Linksys WRT antennae on the router, the signal strength and quality is steady at full bars and the speed of the WiFi is sustained. Love the upgrade. The antennae are not for the faint of heart, they are massive.
Date published: 2015-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save your money I noticed no difference in speed or range after installing on two WRT1900AC devices; one as router and other as AP. The only certain thing it did is make them look ridiculous -- the antennae are extremely tall. I don't undersrand the cost of them either. Save your money. I now have $800 invested between two routers and antennae for each and regret it. I also have the V1 of the WRT1900AC would could also be part of the problem. Belkin/Linksys has embarrassed themselves with the relaunch WRT line. I'm going to buy yet another WRT1900AC but make sure it's the V2 and test again. If no change I'm done with this brand.
Date published: 2015-08-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great for 2.4 GHz, not so great for 5 GHz Bought and installed these about a month ago on a Linksys WRT 1900AC router because the 5 GHz radio range was very poor. These antenna more than doubled the signal strength, range and quality on the 2.4 GHz radio. However, they didn't do a lot for the 5 GHz radio. Signal strength, range and quality only increased by about 25 percent on the 5 GHz radio. So it helped a lot for what I didn't need(2.4 GHz radio) and very little for what I really needed (5 GHz radio). If you need to increase your 2.4 GHz signal this works great. If you need to increase the 5 GHz signal, these are not going to do much for you.
Date published: 2015-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great upgrade Nearly doubled my signal strength on some PCs and one of my older laptops using an upgraded adapter went from the standard strength to 450Mbps. My only 'con' would be getting used to the 'look' since these antennas are extremely tall vs the standard...but...I can get over that considering the results. Also quick recovery after power or cable loss.
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for extending range! I bought this set of 4 high gain antennas for my Linksys wrt1900ac which is installed with DD-WRT firmware, the 2.4ghz band on my wrt1900ac is in client mode (wireless repeater) to my school route(because classroom is located far away from the school's router, only 1 bar signal, can't even load facebook webpage). The 5Ghz is in Access Point mode for my 20 classmates to use. After installing the high gain antenna, my classmates could stream Twitch live stream videos while other classmates are watching YouTube/facebooking and etc. I'm giving it 4 stars because of the price, otherwise it works very well as intended! Definitely recommend to anyone looking to boost their Wi-Fi signals.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 30 - 300% improvement I purchased these antennas to improve the coverage and performance of my WRT 1900AC in my home and backyard. After installing the antennas, I documented a 30% improvement inside my home and a 300% improvement in my backyard. I'm very happy!!!
Date published: 2015-07-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very little if any Gain I purchased these ( High Gain Antennas) a few weeks ago hoping to improve the range of a Linksys WRT1900AC which supposed to be their best wireless router. From what I can tell there was (No Gain). The WRT1900AC still has to be placed on 4 boxes on my desk to be able to get a strong enough signal to my sons Xbox (approx..40' distance) to work correctly without dropping a wireless signal. I even read some of the reviews before purchasing and tried to adjust the signals according to a Linksys tech who responded to one of the reviews with no positive result, so I went back to the default settings on the router.
Date published: 2015-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Are these Worth the Price ??? They work... and give marginally better coverage in my 1 level ~1K sq.ft. home . Location of the router may be part of the issue . But it's a small home . I've used Linksys (and only Linksys) for many years and like their products and CS . The WRT3200cm (a few months old) might be another part of the problem ... After reading up on this router , it showed me I need to investigate deeper into what I buy ,before buying . A new/another router might be the solution (with BETTER Range, which this router should have at it's price point) when it's a possibility ... Since I'm considering going with a 2 router set up .... @$100.00 I'd think about these more,,, before I buy again .
Date published: 2017-08-22
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*Actual performance may vary, including lower wireless network capacity, data rate, range, and coverage. Performance depends upon many factors and variables, including products used, interference, and other adverse conditions. 7 dBi (for 5 GHz) is up to 2x average antenna gain more than 3.5 dBi (for 5 GHz) for stock antennas. The antenna also provides 4 dBi (for 2.4 GHz), which is up to 1.5x average antenna gain compared to 2.5 dBi (for 2.4 GHz).